HC Deb 24 September 1948 vol 456 c193W
Mr. Platts-Mills

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what steps have been taken to discuss the settlement of outstanding problems between Great Britain and Poland.

Mr. Mayhew

The Polish Government suggested on 28th June that an Anglo-Polish Mixed Commission should meet in London to settle a number of problems of a non-political nature outstanding between the two countries. His Majesty's Government have welcomed this proposal in principle and the agenda of the proposed Commission is at present under discussion between the two Governments.